TFT does not need to reinvent the wheel for a pH test that is as good as it gets.I am curious as to why there is no ph test in the tf 100 other than the little blue kit test. If there was a ph test I could throw the kit out and my speed stir would fit in the provided case.
I think what you're failing to realize is that the tf100 is just Taylor reagents repackaged. Taylor happens to have multiple different ways of testing chlorine, the fas-dpd chlorine test is the best. Taylor also has multiple pH tests, and the one included in the tf100 is the smallest package with the widest range.No, but they did a better cl test and if there was a ph test that would fit in the kit, you wouldn't need the redundant cl test and the kit within a kit would be better.
I do not agree with that advice. The OTO chlorine test is in the TF-100 for a reason......it is not just haphazard.Use the OTO color comparator just for the pH test. Don't bother using it for CL.